As has become standard, more cast has been announced while another new photo has been released for writer/director Michael J. Bassett's horror sequel, Silent Hill: Revelation 3D.
With the lead actors Adelaide Clemens (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) and British actor Kit Harington (HBO's Game of Thrones) already set, Revelation announced that Silent Hill actors Radha Mitchell and Deborah Kara Unger had joined the cast last month. Fellow Silent Hill actor Sean Bean (Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring) had already been cast. The photo revealed at that time was of Mitchell inside an elevator with Clemens approaching, while the most recent photo depicts Clemens and Harington in the streets of Silent Hill.
The latest casting announcement has revealed the additions of Carrie-Anne Moss and Malcolm McDowell as antagonists Claudia and Leonard Wolf. In the Konami video game Silent Hill 3, Claudia Wolf is a priestess of a cult that plans to use Heather Mason (played by Clemens in the movie) to birth their god, and Leonard Wolf is Claudia's abusive father. more revelations about Revelation >> Posted 04.07.11 by Ryan
Alan Tudyk, best known for playing Wash in Serenity, is becoming quite the go-to actor for comedy-horror movies. Tudyk recently appeared in Sundance selection Tucker & Dale vs. Evil, about two hillbillies (Tudyk and Tyler Labine) mistaken for murderous psychopaths (and still, surprisingly, lacking a distribution deal). He also just joined the zombie comedy First Platoon.
While the movie is billed as a comedy, First Platoon looks like it might be trying for some decent action, as well. Tudyk and his group of zombie hunters will undergo military training from Band of Brothers military consultant and actor Capt. Dale Dye. More on First Platoon and its cast >> Posted 06.04.10 by Ryan
Attention: Twilight fans! Er, make thatShaun of the Dead fans. Actually, it's hard to tell what the target audience is for the Canadian horror-comedy Suck, but there's a good bet this independent movie will appeal to those who like a little blood with their tongue-in-cheek.
Written and directed by Rob Stefaniuk (Phil the Alien), who also stars in the movie, Suck centers on a struggling rock band that discovers that becoming vampires can help them succeed ... if they can stay ahead of vampire-hunter Eddie Van Helsing (played by Malcolm McDowell). Suck also stars Jessica Paré and Dave Foley, with cameo appearances by rockers such as Alice Cooper, Iggy Pop, and Henry Rollins.
Suck premiered at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival and will be making its U.S. debut March 17th at the South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival (SXSW) in Austin, Texas. Posted 03.12.10 by BrentJS
MTV has posted a new clip from Rob Zombie's upcoming H2, which reimagines John Carpenter's 1978 horror classic, Halloween. It looks like Zombie is less interested in the atmospheric subtleties of Carpenter's movie and more interested in raw carnage (surprise, surprise). In addition, he lets the dreaded Michael Myers (played by Tyler Mane) show his face, unlike Carpenter's Myers, who was always masked.
Zombie's version stars Scout Taylor-Compton and Malcolm McDowell -- taking over roles played by Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Pleasence in the 1978 movie. Also in the movie are Brad Dourif, Margot Kidder, and even 'Weird Al' Yankovic (in an unspecified role). Posted 05.26.09 by reelz